A significant alteration is underway for AEW Collision, which is scheduled to air on the same night as WWE WrestleMania 40. This is because they have changed up the air time for the show which will take place on the same night as the Show of Shows.

As the countdown to WrestleMania 40 begins, WWE is sparing no effort to ensure that this edition of the Show of Shows lives up to its legacy. Scheduled to take place at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 6th and 7th, anticipation is at an all-time high.

Ringside News has noticed a change in the scheduling of the April 6 episode of Collision, which is set to air at 11:30pm ET instead of its usual 8pm slot. This later time slot follows NCAA basketball programming. While it’s speculated that this change may be related to the NCAA basketball coverage, no official confirmation has been provided at this time.

Further details are needed to understand the reasoning behind the decision, but it could potentially be a beneficial move. With Collision airing at 11:30pm ET, it avoids directly competing with WWE’s WrestleMania 40 Night One, which could lead to better viewership for both events.


Besides, WWE has a ton of things planned for WrestleMania 40 and it is simply in AEW Collision’s favor for it to air after the Showcase of The Immortal concludes.

Do you feel such a change works in AEW Collision’s favor? Let us know in the comments section below!

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